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Yoga Korunta

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Location: United States

One learns, as nothing endures but change.

20 August 2006

Appeal for help!

Barbie, Helen, Catherine, please send help! I stopped to speak with a friend at his business and he introduced one of his customers. The woman said, "Are you married?" (No, I'm not.) Next she said, "I'll need to know if you want to go, so I can get tickets." (To what event she didn't say.) Then she wanted to know if I were busy this weekend. (Damn right I'm busy!)

I'd sooner become a priest than have anything to do with her. She made repeated reference to college which consisted of the following: did/did not finish a degree in business tech and did/did not finish a BA in business. One doesn't wish to be rude, but can a restraining order be issued?

And don't any of you Republican bloggers even think of giving her this site. She tried to give me her email address; it was left it in said "friend's" office!


Blogger Rhesus Pieces said...

Yoga: If you don't want to take advantage of the situation, you'll just have to tell her you're not interested. If she won't take no for an answer then get rude, use some profanity, burp, spit, scratch yourself. If that fails to scare her off then spit like a Texan. If that doesn't work, turn around and RUN.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

Thanks, Rhesus! Perhaps if she is given to understand that only smart women are considered for any type of relationship. Yes! Swear at George, and then try the Crawford technique. I'll pick on someone who can't fight back and then declare myself a hero!

Blogger barbie2be said...

i say just politely decline.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

Ugh! Why didn't I think of that? Barbie, you have smarts! All right, your advice will be followed. What else can be done, "spit like a Texan?"

Blogger Rhesus Pieces said...

I was under the impression that you had already tried to take the polite way out. Some people don't get the point if you are ambiguos. You might have to be forthright or even rude.

If you only wish to associate with people who have formal educations then you're shutting out a vast majority of the population. Then you'll have to weed out the Ann Coulters and Michelle Malkins. These educated and intelligent women seem to lack common sense or maybe they are just good liars. Common sense and honesty are not taught in books.

I hope you won't dissociate yourself from alot of good-hearted, liberal women just because they are not well read. Give a dummy a chance.

Blogger Rhesus Pieces said...

And don't spit like a Texan, that is just gross.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

The liberal women tend also to be educated and well read. They are the ones concerned about education, health care, pollution, outsourcing, and other "liberal" causes. It is the poor, uneducated, and easily led who flocked to their places of worship only to be told how to vote. This does not mean bias against the uneducated, only that those with degrees tend to have more in common with each other. Standard deviations and grey areas notwithstanding, the greatest area under the curve tend to be educated in terms of the women I like.

Blogger barbie2be said...

and there is nothing wrong with stating a preference be it for education, or brown eyes or blonde hair. as long as you are honest and respectful.

Blogger Rhesus Pieces said...

Now just tell the aggresive woman the same thing.

There's nothing wrong with having a preference as long as you don't stereo-type the uneducated as morons and followers. Looks like you'd also have to weed out those who attended Notre Dame and the long list of colleges on the CCCU website, whose graduates I am sure flocked to the voting booths to vote for Bush. I also understand your attraction to intelligent women. College does little to boost ones IQ. Bush was a Yale graduate.

I was a member of a labor union for over 15 years. As a union we stood behind all liberal candidates and issues. We know what is in our best interest. I've always found most business owners are Republicans who have degrees.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

Barbie, the preference is for smart women. Pretty is great, but couples must love one another before bed and be able to converse afterward.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

Rhesus, the preference is made: smart women. I've met wise people who had little formal education and those with advanced degrees who couldn't think their ways out of a paper sack.

At one time I was a union man. At present, I am trying two new careers, one of which is union. Both are dependent upon the economy's increased performance.

One suspects that this info will suffice to explain to Favored Blogger why more attention hasn't been offered.

My brother was a computer engineer in California. His job went to India. Doncha love Republicans?

Blogger NotSoccer Mom said...

and let's not forget that the single most important sex organ is the brain.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

True, NSM! We learn in childhood what is appealing. Personally, I prefer women of blond, dark, and red hair!

Blogger catherine belle said...

Sorry to join the debate late! Here is my advice:
1. The advice you recieved from everyone was great! Honesty usually works, but if all else fails be brutally honest. Unfortunately there are people out there that just don't understand what "not interested" means

I'll refrain from writing about the whole education issue. My job is to educate, and my opinions would be biased.

Blogger Yoga Korunta said...

Catherine, your opinions are held to be important and could be shared by email. The address is available by clicking "View my complete profile." Of particular interest are your feelings about No Child.


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